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With the 2024 breeding season fast approaching, the Maryland Horse Foundation is pleased to announce it will once again host an online stallion season auction from January 3-7.

The 2024 auction features seasons from some of the top Maryland-based stallions.

This year’s auction will feature no-guarantee seasons from sixteen Maryland-based stallions:

The Maryland Horse Foundation (MHF) was chartered in 1988 by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association to serve various education and charitable needs of the Maryland Horse Industry.  

The MHF supports several educational programs and lectures and oversees the maintenance of MarylandHorse.com. Additionally, the MHF is responsible for the operation of the Maryland Horse Library & Education Center, one of the anchor sites of the Maryland Horse Park System. We are proud to work directly with several industry partners in our endeavors to promote the Maryland Horse Industry. 

The Foundation’s Maryland Horse Library & Education Center is located at 321 Main St. in Reisterstown

For more information, visit marylandhorse.com or contact Jeanne Schnell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (410) 252 – 2100 ext. 113. 

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